The crime of obstruction of justice, in United States jurisdictions, refers to the
crime of ... questioned in an investigation, other than a suspect, has lied to the
investigating officers. ... to a...
(1) A person is guilty of obstructing a law enforcement officer if the person willfully
hinders, delays, or obstructs any law enforcement officer in the discharge of his ...
Sep 24, 2012 ... Can a Person Be Charged With Resisting or Obstructing a Police Officer Without
the Use of Physical Force? Yes. Many state laws only indicate ...
Jul 17, 2014 ... What's the penalty for obstruction of a police officer. This is her 1st offense. She is
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For example, attempting to prevent a police officer from conducting a lawful
search is a type of obstruction that is punished in Virginia. Anyone who prevents
Obstructing a Police Officer; Wasting Police Time; Misrepresentation as to identity
; Impersonating a ... Obstructing a Coroner - Preventing the Burial of a Body ...
Are police officers required to give their badge numbers when asked? ...
Knowingly lying to an officer who is investigating is considered obstruction of
The offence of hindering a police officer who is in the course of doing his duty (
Police Act 1996 s 89). “Obstruction” includes any intentional interference, e.g. by
The act of giving a false name to police officers is a form of obstructing them in
the performance of their duties . . . and Christopher is therefore guilty of resisting
In Michigan, resisting and obstructing a police officer is a crime that may be
charged when someone resists or obstructs a police officer attempting to do their